heatnoun

  • ja心理的な圧迫感、プレッシャー
  • enpressure or stress

Examples

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Alright, one of you give me your underpants.
2.
- Oh, no. No, no. - No.
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Can't help you, I'm not wearing any.
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How can you not be wearing any underwear?
5.
Oh, I'm getting heat from the guy in the hot pink thong.
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I’ll take the heat for it.
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We’ll wait for your father to come home.
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And when he gets here, I’ll tell him that I did it.
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No.
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I'll take it.
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These big guys tire easy.
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What's the matter, lightweight?
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Can't take the heat?
4.
Elsie, listen, can't we call a truce?
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I don't know if you remember, Jamie.
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In the last interview that we did, I took a little heat from you.
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And we got your socks and sandals combo.
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And I wanna know if you recognize this man right here.
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Okay.
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You know that guy?
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- Yeah, I know that guy. - What's he wearing?
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It looks like socks.
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With?
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Sandals.
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You inspired me.
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Feeling the pressure, feeling the heat?
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Aren't you guys done yet over there?
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Now it's a competition for real.
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1.
By the time we got to the fifth film, it was Detective Hoffman who'd taken over Jigsaw's kill crew.
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He was sloppy enough to attract some heat from on high in the form of FBI special agent Strahm.
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Strahm was obsessively committed to the cause of nailing his prime suspect,
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even after escaping his own death trap by way of an ink pen tracheotomy.
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So the game of cat and mouse that ensued between them was pretty epic.
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1.
Here's my impression of you.
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I can't handle the heat that Jake brings at me.
3.
Here's my impression of you.
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For some reason, I bring heat against my good friend who is nothing but nice to me.
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1.
So what happens during the Second World War?
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Well, it turns out it's not the Holy Grail.
3.
In practice, the Norden bombsight
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can drop a bomb into a pickle barrel at 20,000 ft.,
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but that's under perfect conditions.
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And of course, in wartime, conditions aren't perfect.
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First of all, it's really hard to use — really hard to use.
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And not all of the people who are of those 50,000 men who are bombardiers
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have the ability to properly program an analog computer.
10.
Secondly, it breaks down a lot.
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It's full of all kinds of gyroscopes and pulleys and gadgets and ball-bearings,
12.
and they don't work as well as they ought to in the heat of battle.
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Something's up.
2.
Guys, we've been 'Boiler Room'-ed.
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Telamericorp was just a shell of a company.
4.
Alice probably felt some heat from the feds, right?
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So she packed up in the middle of the night.

Other meanings for heat...

heatnoun

  • ja熱、熱さ、暑さ
  • enrefers or pertains to the state or condition of being warm or hot or having a high temperature
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Mute
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And also, you're working in your boxers!
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To beat the heat, Rosa!
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To beat the heat!
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1.
No, that wasn't what killed the syphilis at all.
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I have tried to kill that thing under the microscope with everything I can think of,
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anything I can safely put in a human body.
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Nothing worked.
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I thought it was indestructible,
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until, finally, it died on its own one night
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while I was working under the light of several lamps focused on my work.
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It's light sensitive?
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No.
10.
It's the heat.
11.
I was baking under those lamps and so was the disease.
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Syphilis can be killed by temperature.
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Getting shot, what did that feel like?
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It felt like a hot pinch.
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It was not like a movie re-enactment where everyone is screaming and arms flailing, it's not like that.
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It just feels like heat.
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1.
Let's move into the first sandwich for Jared here.
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The spicy chicken.
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Oh, it's radiating heat.
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Hold your hand around it.
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How long have you guys been here?
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- Keep it warm and... - This is warm.
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It's hot.
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We all believe we'd run into the burning building.
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But until we feel that heat... we can never know.
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You do.
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You chose to die instead of giving up your colleagues.
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That test you passed... not everybody does.
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Welcome to the afterlife.
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1.
Hey.
2.
Hey, lady!
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What's up?
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Nothing. Dietrich and I are in a coffin.
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Hi, Emily.
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Oh, what if you have to pee?
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Uh, well, they gave us bottles to do that in.
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- Oh, God, it is getting... Did it get hotter? - Jesus Christ, man, yeah, it's really hot now.
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Yes, I feel like it's increased in heat.
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1.
No buildings blocking this gorgeous heat and sun.
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Theo!
2.
I'm going to have sex to you, my friend.
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I'm going to be all over you.
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It's going to be passionate and white hot.
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You're going to melt under my body heat.
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Mute
1.
So you put them in your underwear, like in—
2.
So I put it like right above my underwear.
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Oh, above.
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But underneath my pants.
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It was great.
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And so I was out there just, "Havana, oh, na, na."
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It was good.
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So you felt the heat there, and it made you think of Havana?
9.
Yeah, exactly.
10.
Yes, I understand that.

heatverb

  • ja熱する、暖める
  • ento be or to cause to be hot or warm
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You can cook, Song Bird?
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I'm sick of all these meat Popsicles.
3.
Those are frozen Salisbury steaks.
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You're supposed to heat them in the oven.
5.
Oh, 'Jiro Dreams of Sushi' over here!
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The kitchen is yours, Song Bird.
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I'm hungry!
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Have some more pizza.
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It's cold.
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Heat it up.
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It's not the same.
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Lorelai, go to your room.
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I'll start heating the cognac, 2 tablespoons, get it hot before it's ignited.
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Okay, there, it's on fire.
3.
We're gonna pour it out, yeah!
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1.
Now do I go put this in the oven?
2.
- Yeah. - For like, how long?
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Um, for 2 days.
4.
Heat it up for 2 days?
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Mm-hmm. It takes 1 day for it to heat up, and then 1 day for it to cool back down.
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It's too high.
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Cold, it's cold.
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- Oh, my God. - Yeah.
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Is it cold?
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- A little bit. - Yeah!
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Oh.
7.
I had heated it up yesterday, so.